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Thursday, 14 April, 2016 - 12:41
Poor people are more likely to consume the foods that drive obesity and this could contribute to increased risk of non-communicable diseases, writes Graham
The mining industry contributes significantly to the hardship experienced by black women in rural areas of South Africa, writes Tanya Charles
PACSA’s July 2015 Monthly Food Prices Barometer focuses on the challenges faced by women in the context of the Women’s Month  
South Africa should act now to end illegal initiation schools in order to end the continuous deaths of young boys annually 
African countries that fail to fight homophobia are likely to lose the fight against HIV/AIDS and of ending any forms of discrimination against the minorities
South Africa should work towards addressing energy-related challenges faced by women, as the country commemorates Women’s Month
This World No Tobacco Day, South Africans are encouraged to quit smoking and are reminded that tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death globally
In this article, the author focuses on the bipolar disorder, a diseases which most people do not know anything about it, how it could affect your behaviour and also shares useful information about it 
On 17 May 2014, World Hypertension Day, the HSF reminds South Africans that high blood pressure puts them at risk of life-threatening medical conditions
This article focuses on research and its challenges relating to ethics as well what researchers need to avoid, especially when conducting research studies in impoverished communities 
South Africa should invest in improving mental health services since mental health disorders are the 3rd highest contributor to the local burden of disease, after HIV
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